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Hey, Everyone! I recently thought about the pressures we sometimes put on ourselves as writers to meet up with imagined expectations. Aside from heralding the countdown to the Christmas holidays, November is known in writing circles as … Continue reading
1. I was worried that I would fail the challenge-what could I possibly find to blog about for thirty consecutive days? It turns out-a whole lot! There were days that I wrote several essays and poems, and had to restrain … Continue reading
I’m allergic to dust, please sweep gently and with caution. I’m allergic to stuffy environments, please open a window. I’m allergic to to windy environments, please close the window. I’m allergic to to cheap perfumes, please go and stand by … Continue reading
I’ve wondered about having a sister, Someone to always have near. I’m sure that she would have been wonderful, I probably would have really loved her. Maybe a lovely big sister, Who would always look out for me. Someone who … Continue reading
My Saturday morning routine is a self-imposed one. I roll out of bed and put my exercise kit on. So that I can make an effort to be as healthy as I possibly can. By taking a brisk walk, or … Continue reading
I have given this a lot of thought. It would be a good justification for their actions. The world would have meaning again. Majority of service providers in Nigeria must be in a secret cult. To prove their worthiness and … Continue reading
If I could move my hips like Shakira, mundane tasks would be dance-worthy, like shopping or even drinking water. If I had a voice like Beyoncé Knowles, I would sing at the top of my voice, and winning a Grammy … Continue reading
I’ve been told that if any woman truly remembered the pain she went through while giving birth to her first child, she would wait calmly for her husband to ‘approach’ her again, and then point a gun at him. … Continue reading
The loud drone of generators-there’s been yet another power failure. Thank you NEPA, we can always count on you, for darkness and stress in equal measure. The long queues at Petrol Stations, there’s yet another round of fuel scarcity. … Continue reading